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1-Feb-2011Coincident parasite and CD8 T cell sequestration is required for development of experimental cerebral malariaMcQuillan, JA; Mitchell, AJ; Ho, YF; Combes, V; Ball, HJ; Golenser, J; Grau, GE; Hunt, NH
2-Nov-2011Quantitation of brain edema and localisation of aquaporin 4 expression in relation to susceptibility to experimental cerebral malariaAmpawong, S; Combes, V; Hunt, NH; Radford, J; Chan-Ling, T; Pongponratn, E; Grau, GER
28-Nov-2011In vitro culture of Plasmodium berghei-ANKA maintains infectivity of mouse erythrocytes inducing cerebral malariaJambou, R; El-Assaad, F; Combes, V; Grau, GE
21-Nov-2017Targeting the master regulator mTOR: A new approach to prevent the neurological of consequences of parasitic infections?Donnelly, S; Huston, WM; Johnson, M; Tiberti, N; Saunders, B; O'Brien, B; Burke, C; Labbate, M; Combes, V
5-Dec-2016Exploring experimental cerebral malaria pathogenesis through the characterisation of host-derived plasma microparticle protein contentTiberti, N; Latham, SL; Bush, S; Cohen, A; Opoka, RO; John, CC; Juillard, A; Grau, GE; Combes, V
1-Jan-2014Real-Time Imaging Reveals the Dynamics of Leukocyte Behaviour during Experimental Cerebral Malaria PathogenesisPai, S; Qin, J; Cavanagh, L; Mitchell, A; El-Assaad, F; Jain, R; Combes, V; Hunt, NH; Grau, GER; Weninger, W
1-Oct-2011CNS hypoxia is more pronounced in murine cerebral than noncerebral malaria and is reversed by erythropoietinHempel, C; Combes, V; Hunt, NH; Kurtzhals, JAL; Grau, GER
1-Nov-2013Cytoadherence of plasmodium berghei-infected red blood cells to murine brain and lung microvascular endothelial cells in vitroEl-Assaad, F; Wheway, J; Mitchell, AJ; Lou, J; Hunt, NH; Combes, V; Grau, GER
1-Mar-2019Citrulline protects mice from experimental cerebral malaria by ameliorating hypoargininemia, urea cycle changes and vascular leakGramagliaid, I; Velez, J; Chang, YS; Caparros-Wanderley, W; Combes, V; Grau, G; Stins, MF; Van Der Heyde, HC
16-Feb-2017Cationic amino acid transporters play key roles in the survival and transmission of apicomplexan parasitesRajendran, E; Hapuarachchi, SV; Miller, CM; Fairweather, SJ; Cai, Y; Smith, NC; Cockburn, IA; Broër, S; Kirk, K; Van Dooren, GG
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